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Regardless Of Trump’s Meeting with Kim, Korea Is Producing Ballistic Missiles: U.S. Spy Agencies

Washington: Doubting on Trump’s victory claims proceeding disarmament by North Korea, after a meeting with Kim Jong Un, The Washington Post report stated about the U.S. spy agencies have detected North Korea constructing new missiles, on the grounds of photographs taken by satellites in recent weeks.

Mentioning about the officials accustomed with that of the Intelligence, the report stated that Pyongyang seems to develop one or two liquid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missiles. The factory located outside Pyongyang in Sanumdong, where North’s first ICBMs is underway produced, is adept in reaching the U.S

One of the U.S. officials told about their suspicion of tracing people, he said, “We see them going to work, just as before.” However, some of the workers, at the Sohae Satellite Launching Station on North Korea’s west coast, can be seen in dismantling an engine test stand. This can be seen as a progression of Trump and Kim’s talks on discontinuing the production of missiles.

Trump caught everyone’s eye when his plan fell opposite to his expectations. In a summit with Kim, a few weeks ago, Trump has expressed about Korea “no longer being a threat” for the U.S. He expressed the same on twitter.



Kim, very smartly, didn’t make any promise to stop the work at country’s nuclear and missile facilities, ideally, he spoke about subsequent denuclearisation.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, told Fox News about how things take time to get settled and the U.S. will definitely be able to denuclearise Korea soon. She said, “It suggests that this is a process, things do not change overnight.”

Trump and his own secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, can be seen in contradiction when Trump told that Korea has started dismantling of nuclear weapons “going very well” whereas Mike Pompeo stated the uncertainty about Korea’s denuclearization.